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This Cheesy Broccoli Gratin recipe comes with an extra helping of cheddar and a creamy, savory roux that can make most any veggies taste out-of-this-world wonderful. What a great way to balance out a good main course! I think that a dish such as this is particularly good for the cooler months. It’s so warm and soothing, and it brings a great change to all the heavy meals we tend to eat during the holidays.
A single large baking dish works just fine to bake this, but if you want to get a bit fancy, you can divide portions into individual ramekins for baking, once you are finished with the prep cooking steps on the stove. That pinch of nutmeg makes this side dish a great choice for fall or holiday baking, and if you would like to mix up the flavors a bit, you could always substitute cauliflower for the broccoli.
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes
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